Artemis Global Energy Fund I Acc
|Canadian Natural Resources Ltd||4.08 %|
|Anadarko Petroleum Corp||3.99 %|
|Royal Dutch Shell PLC B||3.92 %|
|Exxon Mobil Corp||3.85 %|
|Eni SpA||3.77 %|
|Total SA||3.73 %|
|Repsol SA||3.71 %|
|Encana Corp||3.70 %|
|Suncor Energy Inc||3.53 %|
|United States||30.85 %|
|United Kingdom||13.65 %|
|Europe - ex Euro||5.34 %|
Richard manages the Artemis Global Energy Fund alongside John Dodd. With an MSc in petroleum engineering from Imperial College, he worked for Exxon and Enterprise Oil, then in 1997 became an oil analyst at Henderson Crosthwaite. He went on to Ernst & Young to work in energy corporate finance, before a period at the specialist investment bank Simmons & Co. Then Richard set up Hulf Hamilton, an independent oil & gas consultancy which provided research to Artemis and others. He joined Artemis in June 2011.
John co-manages the Artemis Global Energy Fund and Artemis Alpha Trust plc. A co-founder of the firm in 1997, he is chairman of the partnership's management committee. Previously, John was senior investment manager of UK smaller companies at Ivory & Sime. He ran the Artemis UK Smaller Companies Fund from its launch in April 1998 until December 2010.
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